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This Stately, updated, architecturally rich and completely detached 2 story, 3 Bedroom plus Sunroom, 2.5 Bath single-family home is sited on a large lot and in the highly desirable Forest Hill Extension neighborhood. An elegant period home circa 1915 immediately welcomes you with a grand Portico entrance, newly refinished hardwood floors and fresh paint throughout, high ceilings, arched entries and wide moldings. Enjoy wonderful landscaped gardens front and back with drip systems and lighting plus a large patio all suited for outdoor entertaining and personal tranquility.
Living Room with gas Fireplace and flanked by built-in bookshelves.
Gracious Formal Dining Room
3 BD plus Sunroom, 2.5 remodeled Marble and Subway Tiled BAs with all Bedrooms plus Sunroom and 2 Baths on the upper level. One Bath is shower and sink and the other is a full Bath. One Bedroom closet space was borrowed to add additional bath space but could be easily modified with a new closet buildout.
Updated Kitchen with Granite counter tops, Stainless Appliances, Center Island, eat in area and work desk space plus walk-out through French Doors to wonderful Patio and gorgeous Garden
Detached Garage for 1 Car plus 2 Car parking in Driveway.
Internal stairs from Entry Hall down to lower laundry area, system room plus additional storage.
Forest Hill Extension is a quiet neighborhood adjacent to Forest Hill. Friendly neighbors, gorgeous homes, an air of serenity, and a beautiful tree-filled landscape - you'll find all of this in Forest Hill, one of San Francisco's premiere neighborhoods. Breathtakingly grand single family homes preside over heavily wooded streets unlike any others you'll find in the city. A quiet area popular with families, Forest Hill has a very active neighborhood association that works to ensure that the peaceful environment will never be compromised. And yet, residents can enjoy this tranquility and feeling of remoteness, all within easy walking distance to bustling West Portal, with its array of restaurants, shops, a pub or two and even a quaint movie theater. A Muni streetcar station has 4 lines that whisk commuters right downtown. There is also very easy freeway access for Peninsula commuters. People who've made their home in Forest Hill take great pride in the neighborhood, and make for very friendly neighbors. The Forest Hill Clubhouse, built in 1919 by well-known architect Bernard Maybeck, is a frequent gathering spot for the Forest Hill Association, Garden Club and even hosts an annual chamber music festival, as well as holiday-themed events and private parties. You will love strolling Forest Hill's shaded streets, whether ogling the many unique homes and gardens or seeking out one of several hidden stairway walks.